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1871 Richardson's New Map of the State of Texas #1584
Corrected for the Texas Almanac to 1871
Published by G. W. and C. B. Colton and Company, New York. In printed colors
the map shows rivers, mountains, creeks, lakes, counties, towns, railroads, forts,
camps, roads, land surveyors' districts, major cross country routes, Texas and parts
of Mexico, New Mexico, Indian Territory, Arkansas and Louisiana. Insets: (i) Plan
of the Northern Part or Panhandle of Texas (2) Plan of the Great West (3) Plan
of Matagorda Bay. Scale: 21/4 inches-8o miles. Size: 161/4 inches x 251/2 inches.
1871 Travis County # 1864
General Land Office, May 14, 1871, photographical department, G. Lungkwitz,
photographer. The map shows land sections by owner, number, date of title; rivers;
creeks; Thomas Jefferson Chambers' land grant. Note: "Map of Travis County
Shows in locality of the 8 leagues of the Chamber land No. 16." Three photostats.
Original in possession of Mrs. Kate C. Sturgis and Mrs. Stella J. McGregor. Scale-
2 inches-5 miles. Size: 171/4 inches x 21 inches.
1871-1875 Trails made and Routes used by the #1539
Fourth United States Cavalry under
Command of General R. S. Mackenzie
in its Operations against Hostile In-
dians in Texas, Indian Territory (now
Oklahoma), New Mexico and Old
Mexico during the period of 1871-2-
3-4 and 5
Compiled from military and other surveys; prepared by E. D. Dorchester, Freeport,
Texas, 1927. The map shows counties; territories; towns; roads; forts; rivers; camps;
water holes; mountains; Indian reservations; location of Indian tribes; depot in
Indian Territory; railroads; Indian villages; California Mail Route; routes of the
ride from Galveston, Texas, by boat, rail, "hack," and ambulance in 1870, 1871,
1872, 1873; old roads and trails; trail of MacKenzie's column 1871, 1872, 1873, 1874,
1875; trail of MacKenzie's column into New Mexico 1872; raid into Mexico May
17-19, 1873; the Jesse Chisholm trail from San Antonio, Texas, to Dodge City and
Abilene, Kansas; camps of General MacKenzie's command 1871-1876; old forts, posts,
and camps; actions with Indians by Fourth Cavalry in 1871-1875; Fourth Cavalry
detachments 1871-1876. All trails of military parties have dates and leaders listed.
Battle sites include dates. Photostat. Original at Texas Technological College. Scale:
1 inch-23.76 miles. Size: 373/4 inches x 351/ inches.
1872 A Topographical Map of the City of Austin #929 B
Published by P. De Cordova, Texas Land Agency. Drawn by Reuben W. Ford.
George W. Averill, Lithographer and Printer, New York. Entered according to Act
of Congress in the year 1872 by Reuben W. Ford in the Office of the Librarian of
Congress at Washington, D. C. The map shows streets by name, blocks, and lots by
number, river, creeks, some public buildings and grounds. Three photostats. Scale:
1 inch-500oo feet. Size: 131/ inches x 181/ inches.

Texas State Historical Association. The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 66, July 1962 - April, 1963. Austin, Texas. The Portal to Texas History. http://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth101196/. Accessed November 27, 2014.